Articles Tagged with “ETHICS”

Can medical AI on the battlefield make sound decisions about who lives or dies?

The crises of racism and COVID-19 overlap and reinforce one another. What steps can medicine take to make the pandemic response more just?

The role of law enforcement has never been so fiercely debated. So should health officials rethink how the rules of COVID-19 get enforced?

Who most deserves a medical device? A brief history of an impossible conversation.

Toxic work environments are bad for science. Morteza Mahmoudi is on a crusade to clean them up.

The pressure is on to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. The human risks in that process are already front and center.

Tiny models of the brain are becoming more complex. When should the ethicists step in?

Self-experimentation has a long history in medicine. Should its practice today be shunned or embraced?

New gene-editing techniques let researchers create precisely the laboratory animals they need—but at what ethical cost?

In 1966, the anaesthetist-in-chief of Massachusetts General Hospital published a paper that would yield greater protection for clinical trial subjects.